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im·ma·te·ri·al

 (ĭm′ə-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
1. Of no importance or relevance; inconsequential or irrelevant. See Synonyms at irrelevant.
2. Having no material body or form.

im′ma·te′ri·al·ly adv.
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Key figures presented in this press-release are immaterially higher compared to numbers under management accounts announced by the Company on July 22, 2015.
Gross profit margin, representing gross profit as a percentage of Consumer Products net sales, decreased immaterially to 36.
Thomas distinguished two kinds of forma according to "mode," "since the thing understood is immaterially in the one who understands, according to the mode of the intellect, and not materially, according to the mode of a material thing.
The net present value of the option is immaterially small because the reversion and change in use is far into the future.
Those stained 1951 paintings, in which the paint seeps almost immaterially into unprimed canvas, would be declared by Fried to be possibly the artist's greatest successes, for they pointed toward the achievements, most notably, of Morris Louis, whom Fried charged with carrying forward the trajectory of modernist painting.
The working class (such as the manually labouring fishermen) could, in other circumstances, be contacted--even embraced--by the higher class (such as the immaterially labouring filmmakers), but disgust toward poverty has also been reinforced through repetition.
At the 75th percentile level, the very high retentions ($1 million and $2 million) still look to be the best choices, being immaterially higher in the soft market and lower in the expected and hard markets.
This rule has been replaced with an interest barrier rule under which "interest expense incurred by the German parent in Germany is fully deductible only if the German parent on a standalone basis is no more than immaterially more highly leveraged than are its non-German operations.
It aims to allow structures to obtain, immaterially, data on the civil status of citizens.
Removing 39 non-adopters from the analysis who said they did not adopt because of physical limitations changes the results immaterially.